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TBJH officially a Green School

September 20, 2013

Story by Nicole Grulke, News Staff Writer - The Alpena News

ALPENA - Thunder Bay Junior High has received recognition as a green school by Michigan Green Schools for the work of its students in environmental stewardship projects and recycling practices.

Sixth grade science teacher Cheryl Mack has been involved with the Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative, and got the idea to apply for the green status at a GLSI training.

"I noticed that some of the schools that had received the green school status were doing some of the same...

- See more at: http://www.thealpenanews.com/page/content.detail/id/526831/TBJH-officially-a-green-school.html?nav=5004

Created on Monday, September 23, 2013
 
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